Hicks had been out since March 4 due to an elbow injury and was not in the team's starting lineup, but he smacked a pinch-hit home run in the fifth inning and played center field for the duration of the game. He's 3 for 12 with one home run in four appearances this spring.
"The difference between this outing and last outing was night and day," he told ESPN. "My timing was a lot better. I felt like the ball was coming out a lot better. So as the inning went on, the confidence kept growing."
Parnell, who underwent surgery last September to repair a herniated disk in his neck, was consistently throwing his fastball at 95 mph in 2013.
Cedeno recently missed about a week with back tightness but returned Sunday, and he's 0 for 5 at the plate in his three appearances since rejoining the lineup. He's just 2 for 9 with one walk this spring as he competes for a roster spot.
Campos has dealt with elbow issues the past two years but went 4-2 with a 3.41 ERA, 1.13 WHIP and 77:16 K:BB ratio in 87 innings for Class A Charleston in 2013. This is his first action with the major-league team in spring training in his career.
"Nobody really hit [the ankle], but it's pretty much better now," he told MLB.com. "It was good for me to see guys coming in hard, because it lets me work on things. I worked my feet well and got the throws off and made strong throws. It's pretty much 100 percent now."
Rutledge batted .235 a year ago, but did 45 runs in 285 at-bats and steal 12 bases without being caught.
Lannan, who is competing for a spot in the team's rotation, has allowed four runs (one earned) through three appearances (two starts), which has resulted in an 1.13 ERA. He is up to nine strikeouts and hasn't issued a walk in eight innings.
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"I could play with pain today," he said via the San Jose Mercury News. "I might make it, but the next day is going to be worse."
Scutaro must prove himself healthy on a consistent basis to avoid the disabled list opening the season. He has been dealing with a back injury.
Martinez hasn't allowed a run and just three hits in seven March innings. He has a 1.80 ERA through three spring starts (10 innings). He also has five strikeouts and has issued just two walks.
Cook is 7-21 with a 5.84 ERA in his last two major league seasons combined.
Wood has allowed just one unearned run through nine innings. He has six strikeouts to one walk. He has hit two batters this spring.